Again, different ways of telling people to be quiet or shut up in six different languages.
Saturday, 31 May 2014
Saturday, 24 May 2014
What a surprise to see three of my students in the local newspaper today! They were visiting Expotaku, an exhibition to celebrate Japanese pop culture, which is being held at Expocoruña this weekend. Manga fever has reached Coruña once again and otaku fans have gathered to live their passion. They seemed to be having a good time...!
Friday, 23 May 2014
Saturday, 17 May 2014
Friday, 16 May 2014
Today basic information on the Reported Speech by charts:
But there are more verbs than SAY or TELL to introduce the Reported Speech. Here's a chart with more introductory verbs and the structure they have to report speech. Each introductory verb has a meaning. In Spanish, we also use different introductory verbs depending on their meaning, instead of reporting the exact words.
SAY something (TO somebody) - You use say when the importance is only on what is said and not to whom.
TELL somebody something - You use tell when it's important to know whom you said it to.
- QUESTIONS IN THE REPORTED SPEECH:
Monday, 12 May 2014
Sunday, 11 May 2014
Here are the two best songs, in my opinion, from this year's Eurovision Song Contest held in Copenhagen (Denmark) last night, the songs ended up within the top three:
-The Common Linnets representing The Netherlands with the song "CALM AFTER THE STORM" ending up at nº2, and,
- Sanna Nielsen representing Sweden with "UNDO", ending up at nº3.
The Common Linnets is a Dutch duo formed for the Eurovision 2014 made up of two individual artists Ilse DeLange and Waylon.
29-year-old singer Sanna Nielsen represented Sweden in the 2014 Eurovision song contest
Saturday, 10 May 2014
Monday, 5 May 2014
Here's a post with basic information about the Passive Voice. You can link to previous posts on the passive in this blog HERE, where you can watch some video-lessons and links to exercises
Sunday, 4 May 2014
Saturday, 3 May 2014
Friday, 2 May 2014
Here's a mind-map for you to distinguish the difference between:
IF = there are 2 options to happen
WHEN = one thing happens after that period of time
AS SOON AS = immediately after, something happens
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